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Paul Richter
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"On mind" vs "in mind"

21 votes

"I can't seem to" vs "I can't"

19 votes

Meaning of "Unless of the 'baby', thank you!"

17 votes

What is an appropriate response to "what's up" greeting?

12 votes

Is “honest to gosh” a popular and decent English idiom?

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Meaning of "to grow a funny bone"

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What does the sentence "Butter my butt, call me a biscuit" mean?

9 votes

Why is "Rosen Plevneliev" pronounced with a /z/?

6 votes

Dignitary vs VIP(Very Important Person)

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Is addressing a guy as "guy" rude?

6 votes

What is the opposite of "Destination"

6 votes

"Call me through/at/on this number"

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What does "The weather naturally also matters" mean?

5 votes
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You are all "but" forced to do something instead of something else

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What is a good alternative to "the film is set in"?

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What do "wonk" as against performer and “Wonking out” mean?

4 votes

What does "what has changed with" means here?

4 votes

"Indian-born Chinese" vs. "Chinese-born Indian"

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Usage of "self" as a pronoun

3 votes

Word for a thing with positive and negative consequences

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What does “raising the debt ceiling is not groovy” mean? Is the word “groovy" obsolete among the youth of America”?

2 votes

"Measure" vs. "measurement"

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Is the phrase "I kid of course" grammatically correct?

2 votes

The meaning of the phrase "make-believe"

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Proper usage of the word 'thunk'

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Is "dandy" considered offensive?

1 vote

Do you ever use the phrase 'good for you' with a completely positive connotation?

1 vote

lexy - definition

1 vote

Is "He don't mean it" correct?

1 vote

"On/at/for/over the weekend" in American English